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IT Financial Examiner Supervisor (WMS3)

  • ... Tumwater, Western Australia, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 138360 per year
  • Posted on: Feb 05, 2024       Expires on: Mar 21, 2024

IT Financial Examiner Supervisor (WMS3)   

JOB TITLE:

IT Financial Examiner Supervisor (WMS3)

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Tumwater Western Australia United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Description



Providing Regulatory Oversight for Our State's Financial Service Providers

About Our Agency:

The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions' (DFI) mission is to regulate financial services to protect and educate the public and promote economic vitality.
Collectively and independently, the Department's nearly 200 employees within its 5 divisions - Administration, Banks, Consumer Services, Credit Unions, and Securities - work together to create a stronger economic future and secure financial environment for Washington's consumers and businesses alike.
DFI is self-supporting, in that none of its operating revenues come from the state's general tax funds.
Its operating revenues are paid by the organizations and individuals it regulates.
To learn more about the Department of Financial Institutions, please visit our website at www.
dfi.
wa.
gov.

We employ and serve diverse people of all backgrounds including people of color, women, LGBTQ+, people with disabilities, and veterans.
This culture of respect promotes a professional and inclusive environment where maximizing potential through opportunity is achievable by everyone.

Benefits of working for DFI include:
  • Medical, dental, retirement, and generous paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays.
  • Healthy work-life balance.
  • Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion where every person is recognized and valued.
  • Telecommuting up to three days per week and flexible work hours.
  • Professional development and continuing education opportunities, including DFI’s in-house CLE program and other training that ensures employees are successful.
  • You may be eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness.

About The Division:
In the Division of Consumer Services, you will enjoy work-life balance while enforcing consumer financial laws.
Consumer protection is at the heart of what we do, whether we are regulating emerging FinTech industries like those dealing in cryptocurrency or more established forms of money transmission, escrow, consumer lending, and loan servicing.
We are responsible for the licensing, examination, and regulation of residential mortgage lenders and servicers, mortgage brokers, escrow agents, consumer finance companies, money transmitters, currency exchangers, check casher and sellers, payday lenders, and student education loan servicers.
The Division reviews license applications to determine eligibility for licensure in Washington, and then examines the businesses to determine compliance with applicable state and federal laws.
Additionally, the Division works on emerging issues involving financial products including activity related to virtual currency, and new consumer finance products.

Duties

About the Position:
The Division of Consumer Services accomplishes the DFI’s mission through licensing, conducting examinations of licensees, investigating consumer complaints, and enforcing state statutes and rules, and federal regulations and laws, related to financial service providers.
The Division regulates business activities of consumer loan companies, mortgage brokers, money transmitters and currency exchangers, as well as check cashers and sellers, also known as “payday lenders.
” The Division regularly conducts examinations of its licensed entities for compliance with state and federal laws.


The Financial Examiner Supervisor position supervises a staff of professional Information Technology (IT) Specialist Financial Examiners in the performance of complex examinations and analysis of financial institutions and financial services companies.
It coordinates, evaluates risk, schedules, and directs joint examinations/investigations with other DFI units or Divisions and other state or federal agencies.
This position reports to the Division’s Chief of Examinations.

This position is expected to work with IT Specialist Financial Examiners from other divisions within DFI and instruct Financial Examiners in the aspects of IT examinations.
This position often meets with senior management of financial institutions and division leadership to discuss examination findings, risk management recommendations, consumer notifications, and regulatory supervisory actions.


Some of What You Will Do:
  • Plan, supervise, lead, organize, and control the work performed by the division, with a specific emphasis on IT examinations.
    Assure appropriate and optimum use of the division’s resources and enhance the effectiveness of employees through timely performance appraisal and professional development opportunities.
  • Support effective communications throughout the organization.
    Maintain the highest standards of personal/professional and ethical conduct and support the State’s goals for a diverse workforce.
    This position is required to lead communications between the examinations unit’s supervisors to plan, coordinate and schedule IT examinations across all of our regulated entities.
  • Plan, schedule and assign examinations to subordinate examiners.
    Coordinate and direct joint examinations/investigations with other DFI units or Divisions and other state or federal agencies.
  • Mentor and train IT Financial Examiners, especially IT Financial Examiners new to the IT examinations procedures.
    Provide support and encouragement, ensuring proper training regimen (both classroom and on-the-job) that helps the Financial Examiner succeed with conducting different scopes of IT examinations.
  • Direct IT and cybersecurity examination program created by state regulators for examinations of non-bank institutions.
  • Monitor IT examinations performed by subordinate examiners and/or other state and federal regulatory agencies.
  • Assist in the drafting/implementation of technology-related administrative actions.
  • Represent the Division of Consumer Services at exit meetings that present critical or adverse findings involving IT systems to boards of directors and executive management.
  • Perform as a consulting resource to other DFI divisions on IT-related matters.
    Independently examines or leads a team of IT Financial Examiners in the examination of financial institutions.
  • Review, evaluate, analyze, and edit findings of subordinates prior to submission and recommendation to the Chief of Examinations and Division Director.
  • Supervise compilation of reports containing examination findings and recommendations to the Director on appropriate enforcement activity.
  • Conduct meetings with financial institution officials, management and board directors concerning examination findings, compliance, legal issues and remedial actions.
    Negotiate resolutions to enforcement issues on behalf of the Director.
    Direct the Division’s strategic approach in litigation of enforcement issues.
  • Handle testimony of more complex issues and/or issues of political or public sensitivity.
  • Testify in administrative proceedings, civil actions, criminal trials, and agency hearings.
  • Determine and recommend the Division’s position on specific matters including interpretations of state and federal laws and regulation.
    Author or assist in authoring division interpretations or opinions on accounting, compliance and licensing related issues.
  • Provide technical assistance to regulated industries by planning and coordinating technical assistance programs and by conducting seminars and speaking engagements on compliance or program related issues.
  • Assist executive management in policy development, proposed legislative changes, and rules drafting.

Qualifications

Desired Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree with major study in finance, business administration, economics, accounting, IT, or Cybersecurity.

AND
Five years of professional experience in one of the following:


  • Specialized IT examination experience
  • Information Technical certifications of competency –Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) in good standing analyzing or examining regulated entities.
  • Working for a regulated entity in advanced positions in the areas of systems security, information system reviews, or any combination of these.
  • Certified examiner from a national regulatory association, or
  • Certified Financial Examiner from the Society of Financial Examiners, or
  • Certified Fraud Examiner from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners recognized by the court system as “expert witness” or
  • Certified Public Accountant” or
  • Chartered Financial Analyst” from the Association for Investment Management and Research or
  • Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist” or
  • Other credentials that would allow the examiner to perform advanced analysis or examination IT systems, or to testify as an expert witness in a hearing or trial on matters relating to DFI’s application, examination, or enforcement activities.

Supplemental Information

Official Work Station:
Your official work station will be your home, however you will be required to attend various meetings and training at the Tumwater headquarters office and you will experience travel to institutions for extended periods which may include overnight travel.
As such, it is preferred that your home resides in one of the following counties - Thurston, Pierce, King, or Lewis counties.


Application Process:
Applications for this recruitment will be accepted electronically.
Submitting your application materials electronically will act as confirmation that the information submitted is complete and accurate to the best of your knowledge.
Failure to provide all required application materials may result in disqualification.


Interested applicants should select the "Apply" button and attach the following materials to their application:
  • Cover Letter
  • Resume
  • Three professional references* (provide contact name, phone number, email address, company name, and job title)
  • Unofficial College Transcripts
  • A professional reference is someone who has been paid to supervise your work and can attest to your work performance, technical skills, and job competencies.
    If you do not have sufficient professional references, please include non-professional references, such as educators or other professional associates.

Note: Application review may begin immediately.
DFI reserves the right and may exercise the option to close this recruitment and make a hiring decision at any time.
It may be to the applicants advantage to submit application materials as soon as possible.


Background Investigation:
Prior to a new hire, a background check including credit history and criminal record history will be conducted.
Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the position.


Contact Information:
Tom Grant
360-725-7817
Recruiting@dfi.
wa.
gov

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 05, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

138360 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707479229-02af87e8b9a812ebb0a831eea0f1d5a4

LOCATION:

Western Australia United States

CITY:

Tumwater

Job Origin:

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Description



Providing Regulatory Oversight for Our State's Financial Service Providers

About Our Agency:

The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions' (DFI) mission is to regulate financial services to protect and educate the public and promote economic vitality. Collectively and independently, the Department's nearly 200 employees within its 5 divisions - Administration, Banks, Consumer Services, Credit Unions, and Securities - work together to create a stronger economic future and secure financial environment for Washington's consumers and businesses alike. DFI is self-supporting, in that none of its operating revenues come from the state's general tax funds. Its operating revenues are paid by the organizations and individuals it regulates. To learn more about the Department of Financial Institutions, please visit our website at www.dfi.wa.gov.

We employ and serve diverse people of all backgrounds including people of color, women, LGBTQ+, people with disabilities, and veterans. This culture of respect promotes a professional and inclusive environment where maximizing potential through opportunity is achievable by everyone.

Benefits of working for DFI include:
  • Medical, dental, retirement, and generous paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays.
  • Healthy work-life balance.
  • Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion where every person is recognized and valued.
  • Telecommuting up to three days per week and flexible work hours.
  • Professional development and continuing education opportunities, including DFI’s in-house CLE program and other training that ensures employees are successful.
  • You may be eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness.

About The Division:
In the Division of Consumer Services, you will enjoy work-life balance while enforcing consumer financial laws. Consumer protection is at the heart of what we do, whether we are regulating emerging FinTech industries like those dealing in cryptocurrency or more established forms of money transmission, escrow, consumer lending, and loan servicing.
We are responsible for the licensing, examination, and regulation of residential mortgage lenders and servicers, mortgage brokers, escrow agents, consumer finance companies, money transmitters, currency exchangers, check casher and sellers, payday lenders, and student education loan servicers. The Division reviews license applications to determine eligibility for licensure in Washington, and then examines the businesses to determine compliance with applicable state and federal laws. Additionally, the Division works on emerging issues involving financial products including activity related to virtual currency, and new consumer finance products.

Duties

About the Position:
The Division of Consumer Services accomplishes the DFI’s mission through licensing, conducting examinations of licensees, investigating consumer complaints, and enforcing state statutes and rules, and federal regulations and laws, related to financial service providers. The Division regulates business activities of consumer loan companies, mortgage brokers, money transmitters and currency exchangers, as well as check cashers and sellers, also known as “payday lenders.” The Division regularly conducts examinations of its licensed entities for compliance with state and federal laws.

The Financial Examiner Supervisor position supervises a staff of professional Information Technology (IT) Specialist Financial Examiners in the performance of complex examinations and analysis of financial institutions and financial services companies. It coordinates, evaluates risk, schedules, and directs joint examinations/investigations with other DFI units or Divisions and other state or federal agencies. This position reports to the Division’s Chief of Examinations.

This position is expected to work with IT Specialist Financial Examiners from other divisions within DFI and instruct Financial Examiners in the aspects of IT examinations. This position often meets with senior management of financial institutions and division leadership to discuss examination findings, risk management recommendations, consumer notifications, and regulatory supervisory actions.

Some of What You Will Do:
  • Plan, supervise, lead, organize, and control the work performed by the division, with a specific emphasis on IT examinations. Assure appropriate and optimum use of the division’s resources and enhance the effectiveness of employees through timely performance appraisal and professional development opportunities.
  • Support effective communications throughout the organization. Maintain the highest standards of personal/professional and ethical conduct and support the State’s goals for a diverse workforce. This position is required to lead communications between the examinations unit’s supervisors to plan, coordinate and schedule IT examinations across all of our regulated entities.
  • Plan, schedule and assign examinations to subordinate examiners. Coordinate and direct joint examinations/investigations with other DFI units or Divisions and other state or federal agencies.
  • Mentor and train IT Financial Examiners, especially IT Financial Examiners new to the IT examinations procedures. Provide support and encouragement, ensuring proper training regimen (both classroom and on-the-job) that helps the Financial Examiner succeed with conducting different scopes of IT examinations.
  • Direct IT and cybersecurity examination program created by state regulators for examinations of non-bank institutions.
  • Monitor IT examinations performed by subordinate examiners and/or other state and federal regulatory agencies.
  • Assist in the drafting/implementation of technology-related administrative actions.
  • Represent the Division of Consumer Services at exit meetings that present critical or adverse findings involving IT systems to boards of directors and executive management.
  • Perform as a consulting resource to other DFI divisions on IT-related matters. Independently examines or leads a team of IT Financial Examiners in the examination of financial institutions.
  • Review, evaluate, analyze, and edit findings of subordinates prior to submission and recommendation to the Chief of Examinations and Division Director.
  • Supervise compilation of reports containing examination findings and recommendations to the Director on appropriate enforcement activity.
  • Conduct meetings with financial institution officials, management and board directors concerning examination findings, compliance, legal issues and remedial actions. Negotiate resolutions to enforcement issues on behalf of the Director. Direct the Division’s strategic approach in litigation of enforcement issues.
  • Handle testimony of more complex issues and/or issues of political or public sensitivity.
  • Testify in administrative proceedings, civil actions, criminal trials, and agency hearings.
  • Determine and recommend the Division’s position on specific matters including interpretations of state and federal laws and regulation. Author or assist in authoring division interpretations or opinions on accounting, compliance and licensing related issues.
  • Provide technical assistance to regulated industries by planning and coordinating technical assistance programs and by conducting seminars and speaking engagements on compliance or program related issues.
  • Assist executive management in policy development, proposed legislative changes, and rules drafting.

Qualifications

Desired Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree with major study in finance, business administration, economics, accounting, IT, or Cybersecurity.
AND
Five years of professional experience in one of the following:


  • Specialized IT examination experience
  • Information Technical certifications of competency –Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) in good standing analyzing or examining regulated entities.
  • Working for a regulated entity in advanced positions in the areas of systems security, information system reviews, or any combination of these.
  • Certified examiner from a national regulatory association, or
  • Certified Financial Examiner from the Society of Financial Examiners, or
  • Certified Fraud Examiner from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners recognized by the court system as “expert witness” or
  • Certified Public Accountant” or
  • Chartered Financial Analyst” from the Association for Investment Management and Research or
  • Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist” or
  • Other credentials that would allow the examiner to perform advanced analysis or examination IT systems, or to testify as an expert witness in a hearing or trial on matters relating to DFI’s application, examination, or enforcement activities.

Supplemental Information

Official Work Station:
Your official work station will be your home, however you will be required to attend various meetings and training at the Tumwater headquarters office and you will experience travel to institutions for extended periods which may include overnight travel. As such, it is preferred that your home resides in one of the following counties - Thurston, Pierce, King, or Lewis counties.


Application Process:
Applications for this recruitment will be accepted electronically. Submitting your application materials electronically will act as confirmation that the information submitted is complete and accurate to the best of your knowledge. Failure to provide all required application materials may result in disqualification.

Interested applicants should select the "Apply" button and attach the following materials to their application:
  • Cover Letter
  • Resume
  • Three professional references* (provide contact name, phone number, email address, company name, and job title)
  • Unofficial College Transcripts
  • A professional reference is someone who has been paid to supervise your work and can attest to your work performance, technical skills, and job competencies. If you do not have sufficient professional references, please include non-professional references, such as educators or other professional associates.

Note: Application review may begin immediately. DFI reserves the right and may exercise the option to close this recruitment and make a hiring decision at any time. It may be to the applicants advantage to submit application materials as soon as possible.

Background Investigation:
Prior to a new hire, a background check including credit history and criminal record history will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the position.

Contact Information:
Tom Grant
360-725-7817
Recruiting@dfi.wa.gov

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